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France accelerates its campaign to dismantle illegal immigrant camps

Juan Pedro QuiñoneroParis Updated:11/17/2021 10:34h Keep State security forces expeditiously dismantled yesterday morning a camp of illegal immigrants, Afghans, Iranians, Iranians and Kurds, in Grande-Synthe (23,000 inhabitants), a city that shares the management of the port of Dunkerque (87,000 inhabitants), in the North, confirming the process of 'bunkerization' of national borders, including the Franco-Spanish Pyrenees.Without prior notice, gendarmes, police and firefighters showed up in the early hours of Tuesday morning in the vicinity of a refugee camp. where about 1,000 men, women and children lived, in tents, without services of any kind, in absolute precarious conditions.Gendarmes and paramilitary units cordoned off the field, very quickly. Loïc Buisson, an eyewit...
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Another four of the thirteen escaped passengers from Palma’s ‘aerial patera’ were arrested in Mallorca

Mayte AmorósCONTINUEPalma de Mallorca Updated:11/17/2021 13:25h Keep Related newsThe National Police and the Civil Guard have arrested in Sa Pobla (Mallorca) four escaped Moroccans of the Air Arabia plane that made an emergency landing in Palma on November 5 to attend to one of the detainees, who was allegedly suffering from a diabetic coma. As reported by the National Police, the arrest was carried out in a square in the town of Sa Pobla, thanks to a joint operation of the National Police and the Civil Guard. The four detainees will go to judicial disposition this morning in the courts of Inca and, predictably, after their statement before the judge, they will enter the Palma jail. There are still others nine escapees and it is known that at least two of them left the is...
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Almost half of young people think about emigrating from Bosnia, says UN survey

An increasing number of young people in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnia and Herzegovina) are considering leaving the country without any intention of returning, according to a UN report released on Wednesday.the survey conducted by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) interviewed 5,000 young people earlier this year. It found that almost half (47%) had been thinking about emigrating, and almost a quarter (24%) were considering leaving permanently.The country has a long tradition of emigration that has intensified in the past three decades in the wake of the conflict in the 1990s, the report says.However, what had become "constant trends" of economic migration to more developed countries has now taken on a "new dimension", with "immense" consequences for Bosnia itself."The gener...
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The Prosecutor of El Salvador asks to reopen the ‘Ellacura case’ and end “impunity” for “crimes against humanity”

ASIER VERA Guatemala city Updated Wednesday, November 17, 2021 - 09:57The former colonel and former Deputy Minister of Defense of El Salvador Inocente Montano, at the National Court in 2020.The Savior wants to do justice 32 years after the massacre that took place on November 16, 1989 in that country of six Jesuits, five of them Spanish, among them, Ignacio Ellacura, ideologue of the Liberation Theologian. For this, the Attorney General of El Salvador, Rodolfo Delgado, presented this Tuesday an appeal for amparo against the resolution issued on September 8, 2020 by the Criminal Chamber from Supreme Court of Justice who gave a folder to Ellacura case by confirming the definitive dismissals in favor of those involved in the crime considering that the crimes had prescribed. The last ...
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Senator Rubio blocks Biden’s ambassador for Spain for “sympathizing with Castroism”

David AlandeteCONTINUEWashington Correspondent Updated:17/11/2021 19: 15h Keep Related newsThe senator of the United States Marco Rubio he has blocked the confirmation of the one chosen by Joe Biden to be ambassador to Spain because, he believes, "she is a sympathizer and apologist of the Castro regime who should not be in our government." The candidate, Julissa Reynoso, is the first lady's chief of staff in the White House.Candidates for ambassadors must be confirmed by the Senate, and a single senator can delay confirmation, which is not uncommon. Rubio, a Republican of Cuban parents, has also frozen the confirmation of Nicholas Burns, who is the chosen one to be ambassador to China, citing his "lack of understanding of the threat posed by the Chinese Communist Party."R...
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Brexit leaves Latin America on the periphery of British interests

In its strategy to overcome Brexit and gain influence in the world as an individual power and not integrated in the European Union, Britain hardly looks at Latin America. In the 19th century, the region was enormously important to him and it occupied the place of reference that Spain had left after the independence of its American colonies, until, with the beginning of the 20th century, the United States extended its hegemony to the rest of the continent. In this 21st century, the United Kingdom cares more about Asia, where the great economic expansion of the world is taking place, and Africa, where it tries to recover the ancestry it had as an imperial metropolis. The long document 'A Global UK in a Competitive Era', which collects the new national strategy known as "Global Britain",...
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“No vaccine required”, the latest technique to attract workers

How to take care of your family from covid-19 this holiday season? 3:07 (CNN Business) -- In search of workers in this working market Long-fought, companies have courted new hires with the promise of higher wages, hiring bonuses, extended vacations and childcare facilities. The last one: "No vaccine is required." That four-word phrase is popping up in online job postings (sometimes emphasized with all capital letters and accompanied by exclamation points), as companies try to flip the proposed vaccination decree. Federal government and attracting employees, particularly those in a talent pool who have been turned away by employers demanding a COVID-19 vaccine. Based on the series of federal regulations - facin...
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PSOE and Vox grab an audio from Marín in July to break the negotiation of the 2022 Budget

The leak of an internal meeting of the parliamentary group of Citizens that took place last July and that was known this Tuesday has been lThe excuse that both the PSOE and Vox have used to officially break the negotiations with the Andalusian Government to approve the Board's Budget for 2022. In the audio of said meeting, which was broadcast this Tuesday by Cadena Ser, the Board's vice president, Juan Marín, affirms that it is "stupid" to approve a new budget for the year 2022 "being the year of elections."In addition, Marín defends that the PSOE must be neutralized in the face of the next Andalusian elections. "You have to take away the possibility of being useful," says the Vice President of the Board in the recorded conversation that has raised a great political dust and that the S...
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35 DNA samples for innocent matching

Scientific evidence in criminal investigation serves to find guilty and also to rule out innocent people. This is the case of the one that was practiced yesterday throughout the day at the Vigo National Police station within the framework of the investigation into the crime of Déborah Fernández from Vigo, which prescribes in six months. Déborah (the woman appeared on May 1, 2002 in O Rosal) and the other extracted from a hair that was on her corpse. The diligence, as reported by ABC.es, was authorized by the Tui judge after the victim's family requested it. The investigators of the case, of the Section of Homicides and Disappearances, traveled from Madrid to be present in the same. Every 15 minutes a person had been summoned and sampling continued mid-afternoon yesterday. Among thos...
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Catalonia fails in its reform of a security law that the Government now wants to imitate

It was in November 2012 when Esther quintana he lost an eye after being hit by a rubber ball during a general strike in Barcelona. This case was the trigger that led the Parliament, a year later, to ban the Mossos d'Esquadra use this projectile, which was replaced by the foam, despite the fact that the agents warned about their lower effectiveness in maintaining distance and thus avoiding hand-to-hand with the protesters. The debate on public order was reopened in Catalonia after the riots due to the condemnation of 1-O, and it returned to the political arena during the negotiations for the investiture of Pere Aragonès as president of the Generalitat. First, with a preliminary agreement by which the CUP claimed to also eliminate the foam. Finally, the requirement w...